by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
Yep, you're getting closer--quite a difference between yesterday's post and today's. Enjoy the class.
Good luck with the class. Looking forward to seeing what you learn.
Hi, Rhonda, Not bad. Quite good. Just take is easy and have a wonderful weekend!!Cheers, Sadami
I like the way the farm buildings are really grounded. The greens are nice and soft too. Lovely painted trees too. look forward to seeing more of your work soon, enjoy your class.
Rhonda, I think this is beautiful!
Thanks so much, Hallie, Sadami, Caroline and Autumn for your comments on this one. I do think I've made it better. There's a fine line between it looking finished (to my eyes) and not overworking it :)Gaylynn, I know I'll enjoy the online class. We had our first conference call last night to meet and discuss intro things - now homework! ha ha
Looking good Rhonda. Those added darks made a difference.
Thanks, Ann. It helped to let it sit and go back to it with fresh eyes.
Can't understand why you are having such a block with landscapes when we view all your wonderful works. Do agree, greens can be difficult. Maybe worth doing a chart of mixing all your yellows and different blues together to see what they achieve.
Joan, I'm not sure but there does seem to be a mental block about it. Maybe I've told myself for too long that "I can't paint landscapes."
I'm looking forward to hearing more about the online course! I love that line 'surpasses solitude', I've never heard that poem before. Thanks for sharing it! Beautiful landscape! I like your lane of yellow very much!
Thanks, Katherine. Glad you enjoyed the poem. I think Emily knew her complementary colors, don't you?
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